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Strip-till is a tillage technique consisting of working only a narrow strip of soil to sow crops, while leaving the rest of the field fallow or under plant cover. The technique concerns all crops sown in rows (corn, sunflower, rapeseed, soya, beets, etc.).
It is part of the conservation agriculture approach, which aims to reduce soil disturbance and preserve its structure and fertility.
Strip-till is often associated with no-till, which involves sowing crops directly into the ground without prior tillage. Which can have benefits in terms of cost reduction and preservation of soil resources.
1 – Ground tracking with pneumatic parallelogram and side wheels The opener disc cracks the ground
2 – Cleaning the seed band with the floating trash wheels on parallelogram
3 – Depth cracking, up to 25 cm and formation of birms with the adjustable discs
4 – Tamping of the strip with finger wheels and pneumatic pressure control
Soil work and versatility of use: solid or liquid fertilization, burial of manure and strip sowing